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Western Australia gets controversial iVote software
State adopts online voting in time for March election.
Feb 23 2017 1:56PM
WA Education lures former iiNet tech boss as new CIO
Replacement for public service veteran.
Jan 20 2017 10:50AM
WA reveals bare-bones alpha of its answer to myGov
GCIO to bring public along for the dev ride.
Dec 17 2016 3:00AM
WA govt urged to give CIO office what it needs
Funds, staff and clout.
Sep 22 2016 5:00PM
CIO job up for grabs at WA's biggest employer
Department of Education opens applications.
Sep 19 2016 12:37PM
WA picks three 'GovNext' IT infrastructure providers
Massive deal to be split between Datacom, NEC and Atos.
Sep 12 2016 5:10PM
WA's alcohol interlocks delayed by sluggish IT
Two-year wait blamed on upgrade backlog.
Aug 26 2016 4:54PM
WA schools struggle with old, Frankenstein computers
Auditor says the state of digital education is getting worse.
Aug 17 2016 5:19PM
WA should take note of Victoria's new security framework
[Blog post] Scheme borrows from established guidelines.
Jul 12 2016 3:00PM
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[Blog post] Eight years, still no improvement.
Jun 28 2016 3:00PM
Perth public transport users promised free wi-fi
Will any vendors agree to roll it out?
Jun 27 2016 12:09PM
Perth's onerous 'smart' parking system blamed for failed tickets
Auditor says 40 percent of fines are overturned.
Jun 23 2016 11:49AM
WA auditor could name and shame worst infosec offenders
Agencies refuse cyber quick-fixes.
Jun 22 2016 5:16PM
WA minister gets 'innovation' badge and $20m to spend
Ideas summit to inform agenda.
May 17 2016 2:28PM
Cash-strapped WA govt finds $60m for e-health
Revenue drop devastates in the west.
May 13 2016 6:31AM
WA Health locked into paying dubious data centre invoices
Lawyers say no recourse on $44m contract amendments.
Apr 13 2016 6:47AM
WA parliament breached by undetected virus
But major changes to security policy unlikely following incident.
Feb 19 2016 6:51AM
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WA Police hires a CISO
Drone aficionado jumps on board.
Oct 14 2015 4:00PM
How WA's first GCIO will overhaul IT and reskill CIOs
Nunis relishes new-found focus on public sector tech.
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